This scholarship enables two law graduates – one ethnic Chinese from China, and one ethnic Tibetan from either China or from the Tibetan community outside of China – to travel to Canada for a 12-month period to earn a Master of Laws Degree (LLM) at the University of Ottawa. A condition of the scholarship is the desire to work with the other recipient on a specific project. Applicants’ personal statements and research proposals will be the determining factors.
This scholarship was established in memory of Barry McDougall, BA, LLB, by his family to enable one Polish law graduate per year to travel to Canada to earn a Master of Laws degree (LLM) in Common and Civil Law at the University of Ottawa. An expert in energy law, Barry McDougall dedicated a great deal of his professional and personal life toward making Canadian law accessible to people in Eastern and Central Europe.
The British Red Cross is seeking to hire a legal researcher to lead the customary international humanitarian law (IHL) research team based at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law at the University of Cambridge.